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Englisch - Türkisch
söylev,v.konuş: n.konuşma
{i} konuşma

Yemekten sonraki konuşmalarında, onlar politikadan bahsettiler. - In their discourse after dinner, they talked about politics.

{i} nutuk
(Dilbilim) dilce

Yemekten sonraki konuşmalarında, onlar politikadan bahsettiler. - In their discourse after dinner, they talked about politics.

{f} ciddi ve ayrıntılı bir şekilde konuşmak/yazmak
{f} işlemek
{i} araştırma
{f} konuşmak
{f} söylev vermek
{f} bahsetmek
karşılıklı konuşma
{f} üzerinde durmak
bir konuyu sözle veya yazılı olarak işlemek
{i} tez
nutuk çek/konuş
{i} ciddi ve ayrıntılı bir konuşma/yazı
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) söylem (foucault)
hitap etmek
discourse analysis
söylem analizi
discourse analysis
(Dilbilim) söylem çözümlemesi
discourse analysis
ifade analizi, söylem çözümlemesi
discourse ethics
Söylem etiği
discourse marker
söylem marker
discourse competence
(Dilbilim) söylem edinci
discourse construction
(Dilbilim) dilce kurması
direct discourse
dolaysız söylem
counter discourse
Aykırı söylem, karşı söylem
counter discourse
aksi yönde söylem
indirect discourse
dolaylı söylem
interpersonal discourse
kişiler arası söylem
meta discourse
meta söylem
universe of discourse
söylem evreni
connected discourse
(Dilbilim) bağıntılı söylem
field of discourse
(Dilbilim) söylem alanı
literary discourse analysis
edebi söylev analizi
literary discourse analysis
edebi söyleşi analizi
manner of discourse
(Dilbilim) söylem biçimi
narrative discourse analysis
anlatımsal söylev analizi
narrative discourse analysis
hikaye söyleşi analizi
official discourse
(Politika, Siyaset) devlet söylemi
official discourse
(Politika, Siyaset) resmi söylem
racist discourse
(Politika, Siyaset) ırkçı söylem
Englisch - Englisch
Any rational expression, reason
To write or speak formally and at length
An institutionalized way of thinking, a social boundary defining what can be said about a specific topic (after Michel Foucault)
Expression in words, either speech or writing
A formal lengthy exposition of some subject, either spoken or written
To debate
To engage in discussion or conversation; to converse
Verbal exchange, conversation

Two or three of the gentlemen sat near him, and I caught at times scraps of their conversation across the room. At first I could not make much sense of what I heard; for the discourse of Louisa Eshton and Mary Ingram, who sat nearer to me, confused the fragmentary sentences that reached me at intervals.

To express one's self in oral discourse; to expose one's views; to talk in a continuous or formal manner; to hold forth; to speak; to converse
To relate something; to tell
{v} to talk, reason, preach, treat upon
{n} conversation, talk, speech, treatise
To exercise reason; to employ the mind in judging and inferring; to reason
In order for communities to function within a democracy, community members must engage in discussion and dialogue, which includes diverse voices and opinions, through which they arrive at shared ideas and visions for their community Discretionary funds Discretionary funds or budgets are pools of money set aside for specific people on campus to support projects that arise through-out the year These are very flexible budgets that can vary in sizes The Chief Academic Officer may use their funds to support a student research project or development of a new class The Dean of Students may give small grants for unique collaborative events sponsored by a number of clubs on campus The key question you must answer when applying for funds from these budgets is how your event/project will benefit the greater campus College deans and department chairs may also have discretionary funds in their budgets Empowerment Recognizing power inequalities and seeking to reduce them by working together
The use of language at levels beyond the sentence
Conversation; talk
an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased"
the totality of codified linguistic usages attached to a given type of social practice E g : legal discourse, medical discourse, religious discourse
A term sometimes used to translate parole(more usually rendered ''speech'') Ferdinand de Saussure separated language (langue), conceived as a self-contained system of formal differences, from speech (parole), the actual utterance of individual speakers He did so for the purpose of making language for the formal object of linguistic and he thought that the study of language should focus on language, not speech or discourse
The power of the mind to reason or infer by running, as it were, from one fact or reason to another, and deriving a conclusion; an exercise or act of this power; reasoning; range of reasoning faculty
(N) -communication of thought by words; talk; conversation
talk or hold forth formally about a topic; "The speaker dissertated about the social politics in 18th century England"
To treat of; to expose or set forth in language
all the ways of representing, thinking, talking, agreeing, and disagreeing that students and teachers engage in Discourse may take a variety of forms: oral, written, pictorial, symbolic, and graphic
Utterances or text larger than a sentence Our course has had strong interests in discourse analysis, looking at sequences of sentences and interchange and their relation to social interaction, dominance, and collaboration (see Thomas and Tchudi 84-86 for an example) A Power Point presentation on discourse is available under the Classdat folder for our course in campus computer labs
{i} discussion, dialogue, speech, lecture
to consider or examine in speech or writing; "The article covered all the different aspects of this question"; "The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'"
According to Foucault, a group of statements that provide a way of representing knowledge about a particular topic at a historical moment; it produces and frames knowledge through language
A unit of language greater than a sentence
the most comprehensive level of linguistic analysis, which encompasses language use at the level beyond the sentence, such as in conversation, in paragraphs and so on
To utter or give forth; to speak
carry on a conversation
Discourse is spoken or written communication between people, especially serious discussion of a particular subject. a tradition of political discourse
If someone discourses on something, they talk for a long time about it in a confident way. He discoursed for several hours on French and English prose. see also direct discourse, indirect discourse. discourse on/upon to make a long formal speech about something, or to discuss something seriously
To treat of something in writing and formally
  The recounting or communication of the story versus the content or events of the story   "How" the story is conveyed  
To talk to; to confer with
A discourse is a serious talk or piece of writing which is intended to teach or explain something. Gates responds with a lengthy discourse on deployment strategy
The means by which language, broadly understood, through the production, distribution, and reception of texts, conveys meaning (especially ideology) on a conscious and unconscious level
an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service)
The art and manner of speaking and conversing
{f} discuss, talk, converse
Consecutive speech, either written or unwritten, on a given line of thought; speech; treatise; dissertation; sermon, etc
Verbal expression, either in speech or writing
Connected communication of thought sequences; continuous expression or exchange of ideas
extended verbal expression in speech or writing
to consider or examine in speech or writing; "The article covered all the different aspects of this question"; "The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'
written or spoken language, especially when it is studied in order to understand how people use language
The literary critical term for structure and purpose of a narrative or other literary work, which coexists with the story told (events [actions, plot] + elements [characters, space]) The level of discourse is the more subtle level at which the author's judgment and interpretation operate
as, the preacher gave us a long discourse on duty
extended verbal expression in speech or writing talk or hold forth formally about a topic; "The speaker dissertated about the social politics in 18th century England"
Words and their power Primarily we will be talking about speaking and listening, but also any presentation of symbols including writing and iconography
Dealing; transaction
{f} dissertate
discourse analysis
A general term for a number of approaches to analyzing written, spoken or signed language use
discourse marker
a word or phrase that marks a boundary in a discourse, typically as part of a dialogue. Discourse markers often signal topic changes, reformulations, discourse planning, stressing, hedging, or backchanneling
discourse ethics
Discourse ethics, sometimes called argumentation ethics, refers to a type of argument that attempts to establish normative or ethical truths by examining the presuppositions of discourse
discourse analysis
{i} (Linguistics) study of relations and structures in discourse (speech), field of linguistics that studies the regulations that characterize the units of connected speech and analyzes language use rather than grammatical units
discourse marker
{i} word or expression that functions as a structuring unit of spoken language (e.g.: "well", "oh",etc.)
direct discourse
"he said `I am a fool'"
direct discourse
In grammar, direct discourse is speech which is reported by using the exact words that the speaker used. direct speech
direct discourse
a report of the exact words used in a discourse e
civil discourse
An engagement in conversation intended to enhance understanding

I have no appetite; I can't eat!” — “My dear fellow,” answered the Doctor in mildest tone, “it isn't of the slightest consequence;” — and continued his philosophical discoursings with us!.

Present participle of discourse
domain of discourse
In predicate logic, an indication of the relevant set of entities that are being dealt with by quantifiers
mode of discourse
rhetorical mode
universe of discourse
The set of all entities over which quantifiers—including "for all" and "there exists"—range
past of discourse
plural of discourse
indirect discourse
Indirect discourse is the same as indirect speech. indirect speech
indirect discourse
"he said `I am a fool' would be modified to `he said he is a fool'"
indirect discourse
a report of a discourse in which deictic terms are modified appropriately e
universe of discourse
A class containing all the entities referred to in a discourse or an argument. Also called universe
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von discourse im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

huzur dersi religious discourse held
in the sultan's presence during Ramazan